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All round Anisa leads Windies to 3-1

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, CMC – Wily off-spinner Anisa Mohammed again proved a thorn in the side of the touring Pakistanis as she fired West Indies Women to another comprehensive win with a strong all-round performance here Saturday.

The right-armer finished with for 17 as Pakistan Women, chasing a revised target of 148 off 45 overs to level the four-match One-Day International series, were toppled for a meagre 97 with 22 balls remaining at Arnos Vale.

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Anisa says she's bowling better than ever

Kingstown, St Vincent– West Indies spinner Anisa Mohamed is enjoying a dream run against Pakistan.

The 23 year old Trinidadian has taken an amazing 10 wickets for 12 runs from the first two ODIs at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex in St Vincent.

In the First ODI Mohammed snared five Pakistani victims for 5 runs from 10 overs then returned two days later to snap up another five-fer, this time for a mere 7 runs. Windies lead the 4 match series 2-0.

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Mohammed destroys Pakistan again

Kingstown, St Vincent, CMC – Another spectacular bowling spell from Anisa Mohammed swept West Indies Women to an 89-run victory over Pakistan Women in the second One-Day International on Tuesday.

Mohammed followed up her five for five in the first match, with five for seven from 10 overs, as West Indies Women successfully defended a victory target of 176 at the Arnos Vale Multiplex.

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WICB confirms WIPA US$20million legal action

 

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board confirms that it has received documents relating to legal action filed by the West Indies Players’ Association in the High Court of Justice of Trinidad and Tobago.

The claim is related to the issuance of No Objection Certificates (issued to players by WICB) which require players to fulfill international duties for the West Indies team if selected. The claim seeks approximately US$20,000,000 in damages for WIPA and its members.

Nelson stands tall as JA take lead

Georgetown, Guyana, CMC – Jamaica have taken full control over Trinidad and Tobago after the second day of their WICB Regional Under-19 Championship match at Everest Cricket Club on Tuesday

The Jamaicans extended their overnight 278 for six to 320 and then bowled out the Trinidadians for 136, to take a 184-run lead. T&T closed the day on 52 runs for three wickets – still 134 runs away from making the Jamaicans bat a second time.

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